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Title:Razvoj mednarodne trgovine in dohodkovna neenakost
Authors:ID Friškovec, Manca (Author)
ID Bekő, Jani (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Senekovič, Marko (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf UN_Friskovec_Manca_2023.pdf (1,66 MB)
MD5: 43455FF7364AE9B5FAD11CF58D5B8223
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:V diplomskem delu smo preučevali, kako globalizacija in razvoj mednarodne trgovine vplivata na dohodkovno neenakost. Najprej smo predstavili teorije mednarodne menjave, nato analizirali značilnosti razvoja mednarodnih blagovnih in storitvenih tokov. Nadalje smo se osredotočili na dohodkovno neenakost, ki smo jo preučili na globalni ravni, na ravni izbranih razvitih držav in na ravni izbranih razvijajočih se držav. Pregled empiričnih študij razkriva, da je vpliv mednarodnih trgovinskih tokov na dohodkovno neenakost relevanten, njihovi učinki pa so heterogeni. Odprtost mednarodne trgovine spodbuja gospodarsko rast, ustvarjanje delovnih mest in višanje plač, kar privede do zmanjševanja dohodkovne neenakosti. Po drugi strani pa selitev proizvodnje v države z nižjimi stroški dela in posledična izguba delovnih mest v državah z višjimi stroški dela povzroča povečevanje dohodkovne neenakosti. Prav tako dohodkovno neenakost krepi mednarodni prenos tehnologij in znanja, kar poveča razlike v dohodkih med izobraženimi in neizobraženimi delavci. Za blaženje negativnih dohodkovnih posledic globalizacije trgovinskih tokov je zato nujno izvajanje ustreznih ekonomskih politik.
Keywords:mednarodna trgovina, dohodkovna neenakost, globalizacija, ekonomska politika.
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:. riškovec
Year of publishing:2023
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-85805-b5e3e148-3bcf-f35a-ba9f-e0fe88b608d7 New window
UDC:331.2
COBISS.SI-ID:171137027 New window
Publication date in DKUM:07.11.2023
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Downloads:19
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Licensing start date:12.09.2023

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Language:English
Title:Development of international trade and income inequality
Abstract:This paper examines the impact of globalisation and the development of international trade on income inequality. The paper begins with a review of the theories of international trade, followed by an analysis of the characteristics of the development of international flows of goods and services. We then focus on income inequality, examining it at the global level, at the level of selected developed countries and at the level of selected developing countries. A review of empirical studies shows that the impact of international trade flows on income inequality is relevant and that their effects are heterogeneous. Openness to international trade promotes economic growth, job creation and wage increases, leading to a reduction in income inequality. On the other hand, the relocation of production to countries with lower labour costs and the consequent loss of jobs in countries with higher labour costs tends to increase income inequality. Income inequality is also exacerbated by the international transfer of technology and knowledge, which widens the income gap between educated and uneducated workers. The implementation of appropriate economic policies is therefore essential to mitigate the negative income effects of the globalisation of trade flows.
Keywords:international trade, income inequality, globalisation, economic policy.


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